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100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd

100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd
Created by Steven H. Berman
Mitchel Katlin
Nat Bernstein
Starring Brandon Gilberstadt
Morgan Kibby
Melanee Murray
Catherine MacNeal
William Francis McGuire
Voices of Seth Green (Season One)
Jason Hervey (Season Two-Three)
Opening theme "You Got Me",
performed by The Hippos (1999-2000)
"Who Let the Dogs Out?",
performed by Baha Men
(2000-2002)
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 40 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Thomas W. Lynch
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 22–24 minutes
Production company(s) Lynch Entertainment
Fireworks Entertainment
Lincoln Field Productions
Nickelodeon Productions
Release
Original channel Nickelodeon
Original release October 16, 1999 (1999-10-16) – April 21, 2002 (2002-04-21)

100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd is an American television sitcom created by Steven H. Berman, Mitchel Katlin, and Nat Bernstein for Nickelodeon. The series ran from October 16, 1999, to April 21, 2002, for 3 seasons.

Plot

Schoolyard bully, Eddie McDowd (Jason Dohring), is punished by a man called The Drifter because of his behavior. He finds himself very attractive and powerful and so he bullies others without mercy. The Drifter plans to make him pay for his wrongdoings and turns him into an Australian Shepherd/Siberian Husky mix, informing him that he has to do 100 good deeds before he can be changed back. Besides The Drifter, the only one who can hear him talk is Justin Taylor, who was the last kid he bullied. Now he must work alongside Justin and his family to finish his good deeds and become human once again.

Characters

  • Eddie McDowd (played by Jason Dohring as a human, Rowdy as a dog, voiced by Seth Green in Season 1, Jason Hervey in Season 2-3) - He was a bully who was turned into a Australian Shepherd/Siberian Husky mix by the Drifter for his wrongdoings and can only be restored to human form if he does 100 good deeds. Besides the Drifter, the only other person who can hear him talk is Justin Taylor (who was the last kid that he bullied). It is explained by The Drifter in a later episode that should this happen, neither Justin nor Eddie's family will outright remember their experiences (though Eddie will still be a better person for it).
  • Justin Taylor (played by Brandon Gilberstadt) - He was the last kid Eddie had picked on and is the only one who can hear Eddie talk in his dog form. He assists Eddie into doing the good deeds to restore Eddie to human.
  • Gwen Taylor (played by Morgan Kibby) - The sister of Justin Taylor.
  • Doug Taylor (played by William Francis McGuire) - The father of Justin Taylor.
  • Lisa Taylor (played by Catherine MacNeal) - The mother of Justin Taylor.
  • Sariffa Chung (played by Brenda Song) - Justin's best friend.
  • The Drifter (played by Richard Moll) - A mystical man who was responsible for casting the spell that transformed Eddie McDowd into an Australian Shepherd/Siberian Husky mix where he will change him back if he does 100 good deeds. The Drifter speaks in rhymes and often appears in different occupations to give Eddie advice on how to do good deeds.
  • Spike Cipriano (played by Danny Tamberelli) -
  • Brenda May (played by Diane Delano) -
  • Flaco (played by Josh Hammond) - Eddie's old bullying buddy who also picks on Justin.
  • Agt. Elizabeth Marcus (played by Julie Marcus) -
  • Caesar - (voiced by David Lander) - A dog that befriends Eddie.
  • Salvatore (voiced by Joe Piscopo) - A pug that's Eddie's friend and nextdoor neighbor.
  • Gigi (voiced by Alyson Hannigan) - A pomeranian that Eddie is often smitten by.

Episodes

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last
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